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with a release plan if ordered to do so the ruling upheld by the u.s. supreme court orders california to reduce prison crowding to 137% of capacity by june of next year. corrections officials don't expect to meet that deadline advocates say the state could meet it by releasing inmates early for good behavior. >>> two hundred passengers hoping to leave sfo and head to australia after their flight was cancelled two nights in a row. united airlines flight 863 was scheduled to leave sunday night, passengers were told it was delayed to monday night. last night the flight was again delayed until 9 a.m. this morning. one angry passenger abc7 news that everyone was given hotel and breakfast vouchers but the airline had already checked their luggage and wouldn't give it back. we are trying to reach united airlines for comment. >>> tuesday, i don't think it is quite full yet, but it is -- quite fall yet, but it is fall, it felt like it really is fall. >> just a few days way. >> couldn't wait i had to announce it early. >> great observation terry, we are losing the most amount of sunshine per day we lose
. highs today, 50s 60s and 70s and very low #0 dollars here. -- low 80s here today. and it will continue to control our weather until friday. it high blood pressure breezy in the debt it. 50s and 60s and 70s and i will tell you our temperature trend is to come down to wednesday, a slight warmup, not a biggy but then a cooler pattern on sunday and monday. >>> some are surprised about the gender of the community -- but now one community can honor them. >>> why mitt romney wants the entire video released. . >>> good morning, strong gust of breeze, coast might get a little bit of sun but it's not very warm, 50s and 60s. >>> in elections, mitt romney tells wealthy campaign donors that americans are victims who need government support. >> they believe they are victims and they believe the government has the responsibility to take care of them... >> mitt romney also said his job is not to worry about those people and he will never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. it was taken at a fundraising dinner and his comments were taken off the cuff. >> we
are continuing to come down, 50s and 60s and some 70s, even out to the delta it has been cooler, here is sal. >>> traffic does look good so far driving to oakland. also the commute looks good to marin county and san rafael. >> we have developing news coming in from san rafael. a firefighter has been hurt just from hours ago. allie rasmus is live on east 14th street, what happened allie? >> reporter: well the restaurant was on fire and the firefighter who cut his leg wild on the building trying cut holes to release some of the smoke that was trapped underneath the roof in the building and he ended up cutting his leg with a circular saw. he was immediately rushed to the medical center in caster valley. >> he has a good laceration to his leg. >> reporter: now when firefighters arrived there was heavy smoke and fire coming from the buildings but they don't know what sparked this fire but it appears to be the back storage room where a dumpster is stored and when we arrived there was still smoke coming from that dumpster. we spoke to firefighters briefly off camera and they have no idea how the fi
in our forecast for today. all of us starting grey this morning. 40s, a few mid 50s out there, clouds open up, especially inland and around the bay by noon, cloudy at the coast, 50s there 60s bay, 70s inland. near 80 by 4:00 inland, near 70 around the bay upper 50s coast you will need a coat all day at the coast and during the evening hours mid 60s inland, 59 around the bay, 55 at coast. we are going to wobble a little on the temperatures. down a little tomorrow then up a little thursday, friday. morning clouds, afternoon sunshine, few pockets at the coast temperatures below average the next three to four days. weekend forecast in a minute. first traffic. >>> good morning. live look at the bay bridge heading out this morning you can see the incline section moving nicely up towards treasure island, no delays, metering lights are not on this morning. eastbound 4 loveridge roadwork a few more minutes slow traffic there headed from the concord pittsburg area towards antioch headed westbound moving nicely now out of antioch. elsewhere, north and southbound roadwork waldo grid to the golden
>>> hoy en primer impacto >>> prenden en llamas el vehículo de un desalmado después deun brutal atropello >>> hallan el cuerpo de una mujer envuelto en llamas en medio de una calle. >>> salen al mercado las primeras píldoras con receta para bajar de peso. >>>ccon nosotros sergio george para hablar de la demanda contra prince royce, esto y más ahora mismo en primer impacto ♪. >>> feliz martes, bienvenidos todos a primer impacto. >>> gracias por acompañarnos. >>> comenzamos con un incidente que es investigado por la policía de llos Ángeles los vecinos de una comunidad en california reportaron un fuego y cuando llegaron los bomberos encontraron a una mujer envuelta en llamas, salvador durán con la información. >>> la escalofriante escena fue en un vecindario del sur de los Ángeles, cuando la policía recibió la llamada de varias personas que decían que había fuego en el lugar. >>> ya no se puede ni salir, uno se queda mejor encerrado para no salir. >>> la policía investiga si la mujer se prendió fuego o si alguien la asesinó, sin embargo un testigo dice que vio cuan
to close on tuesday. >>> japan's foreign minister and the u.s. defense secretary have been discussing how to defuse the tension between japan and china. gemba and leon panetta met on monday. he said they pn to solve the problems calmly based on a broad perspective. >> translator: we agree that japan and the u.s. will work together to prevent relations from worsening. >> panetta met later in the day with japan's defense minister. panetta told reporters that tokyo and washington agreed the disputed islands are covered by the u.s.-japan treaty. he said the u.s. will not take sides and urged both countries to act with restraint. >> the united states as a matter of policy does not take position with regards to competing sovereignty claims. it's important that diplomatic means on both sides be used to try to constructively resolve these issues. >> japanese business people in china have looked out of their pla plants. they don't like what they see. what's t view from the facto factori factories. >> some are seeing protesters and they are pulling down their shutters as protesters turn nasty in ch
francisco, continuamos con ustedes. >>> muchas gracias, momentos de pánico se vivieron en concord después que las autoridades escucharan disparos, las autoridades ordenaron que las personas se mantuvieran en sus residencias, las autoridades detuvieron al sospechoso, la policía no dio más detalles del incidente. >>> las autoridades investigan un posición homicidio suicidio o un doble suicidio, pero la policía dice que los cuerpos de la pareja tenían heridas de bala, y la joven de 17 años era residente de pleasetown, mientras que el hombre era de livermore. >>> una calle de sunset tuvo que ser cerada al registrarse una salid ade agua, hubo reportes de daños y al parecer el servicio de agua no fue interrumpido rp el incidente. >>> esta mañana volvieron a clases los estudiantes que fueron afectados por un incendio parcial las causad de este incendio continúa bajo investigación. >>> un joven de 22 años está luchando por su vida, después de una balacera en un complejo de apartamentos, la gravedad de las heridas de bala causó que fuera llevada al centro de trauma del área de la
killing their nato partners. from now on, most u.s. and afghan troops are being kept apart. it's not a good sign for the direction of the war which is supposed to wind down in 2014. >> we say in military science the most perilous of all military operations is a withdraw under pressure. >> reporter: in a statement this morning, coalition commanders are committed to a long-term partnership with the forces. this suspension is temporary. u.s. and afghan troops conduct operations in small numbers. those operations now require commander approval on a case-by-case basis. richard engel, nbc news, southern afghanistan. >>> we may find out today when the two men accused of brutally beating giants fan bryan stow will go on trial. they will be in a los angeles courtroom today for pre-trial proceedings. in june, a judge ruled there is enough evidence to try both on assault an and mayhem charges. they are accused of attacking stow outside of the stadium. bryan stow is slowly recovering from the severe head trauma. he remains wheelchair bound and has to relearn almost everything. the family s
on things. channel 2 news. >>> new this morning about 400 people staging a protest outside the u.s. embassy in bangkok. the demonstration is in response to that anti-islam video produced in the u.s. protesters are chanting anti- american slogans and carrying signs in support of the muslim religion. ty police said 700 officers are monitoring the embassy, closing early. >>> libyan security officials claim they gave the u.s. three days warning about possible violence in benghazi, according to a report. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans killed in the attack on the u.s. consul lat there. the u.s. department maintains it had no early warnings. >>> attacks forcing troops in afghanistan to reduce operations with afghan soldiers. leon panetta upset troops being killed by the men they're training. afghan forces or mill at&ts posing as them have killed 51 international troops this year. the attacks rising as the final troops from the u.s. surge starting to come home. >>> republican candidate mitt romney talking about the video that shows him telling done no, sir that almost half of th
around the country. kron 4's reggie kumar is live in san francisco, and been with the protesters tonight. what is happening now? >> reporter: pam, the protegessers return to justin herman plaza -- protesters return to justin herman plaza and this is where they were several months ago. >> reporter: occupy san francisco celebrated their one year anniversary with demonstrations. police had to shut down the interception and stop muni buses as protesters danced, held signs and wrote slogans. they stopped in front of bank of america on california and kearny. then they moved to the wells fargo branch. police officers stud in riot gear in front of the bank's protest. this is where they add midded to wracking up bills -- admitted to wracking up bills. and they let dollar bills on fire. protesters wanted to light the inside of the barrel on fire but police would have broke up the crowd. organizers say over the past year the biggish accomplishment was preventing some from losing homes. >> we stopped 52 foreclosures and kept people in their homes, working with the banks. >> reporter: they blame the
with the sunshine one to six degrees cooler than we were 24 hours ago most of us in the 50s, 60 mountain view, 60s and 70s inland antioch 72. near 60 monterey bay, 65 in gilroy right now. we'll have sunshine today, cooler than average, pretty much everyday this seven day forecast. autumn will arrive saturday 7:49, sunday, monday could be some of the coolest days in the forecast. 11° cooler than average in redwood city. south bay low to mid 70s cupertino, san jose 73. peninsula 60s farther south loss al goes and mountain view, 70. upper 50s coast. low 60s -- downtown mid 60s south san francisco and sausalito. upper 50s to near 60 at your beaches, 60s east bay shore, union city, fremont deeper inland castro valley low to mid 70s. east bay valleys mid 70s. up to mid 80s. 80 morgan hill, gilroy. 77 hollister. low to upper 60s around sun around the monterey bay. 85 l.a., 77 san diego. cooler weather moved into the central valley this morning will stay there mid to upper 80s. did you dress properly for the game last night? dress the same way tonight 57 dropping to 53 between 7:15 and 10:00 at at&t4 pa
were 24 hours ago most of us in the 50s, 60 mountain view, 60s and 70s inland antioch 72. near 60 monterey bay, 65 in gilroy right now. we'll have sunshine today, cooler than average, pretty much everyday this seven day forecast. autumn will arrive saturday 7:49, sunday, monday could be some of the coolest days in the forecast. 11° cooler than average in redwood city. south bay low to mid 70s cupertino, san jose 73. peninsula 60s farther south loss al goes and mountain view, 70. upper 50s coast. low 60s -- downtown mid 60s south san francisco and sausalito. upper 50s to near 60 at your beaches, 60s east bay shore, union city, fremont deeper inland castro valley low to mid 70s. east bay valleys mid 70s. up to mid 80s. 80 morgan hill, gilroy. 77 hollister. low to upper 60s around sun around the monterey bay. 85 l.a., 77 san diego. cooler weather moved into the central valley this morning will stay there mid to upper 80s. did you dress properly for the game last night? dress the same way tonight 57 dropping to 53 between 7:15 and 10:00 at at&t4 park. 50s with cloudy conditions uppe
ashore. the japanese government bans all, unauthorized entry to the islands. >>> u.s. trade officials launched a complaint against china. they accuse the government of unfairly subsidizing exports of cars and auto parts. u.s. trade representatives allege that the chinese government gave at least $1 billion in subsidies between 2009 and 2011 to doumestic exporters. they say it violates wto rules and contributed to a decline in u.s. auto sales. in a speech in ohio, president barack obama accused the chinese of threatening u.s. jobs. >> i want you to know -- today my administration is launching a new action against china. this one against illegal subsidies that encourage come pans to ship auto parts manufacturing jobs overseas. these are subsidies that directly harm working men and women on the assembly lines in ohio and michigan and across the midwest. >> obama has been showing his support for the autoen dus tr i ahead of the election in november. world trade rules require negotiators from both side to try to work out the dispute. a wto panel will rule on the case if they fail to reach
. >> for the first time since the 1930s there is a debate about social and economic equality. >> reporter: about noon today he said while the message changed the national dialogue the movement lost momentum because of a number of factors, not the least of which is police crack down and too much focus on the flakier elements. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. [ music playing ] >> in new york city protesters marched in the birth place of the occupy wall street movement. music and dancing but some protesters tried to form a human chain, police stepped in. 100 people were arrested throughout this day in new york, most on disorderly conduct. at times occupy wall street protests took over parts of oakland. some of the most memorable moments happened in oakland. october 25, scott olsen was hit in the head during violence clashes. november 2, police fired tear gas on activists. police say they were targeted. dozens of arrests there. december 12, occupy protesters block operations that port of oakland. the port director said such action only hurt the 99% in keeping thousands of workers off the job. our c
feel that low and it is cool. temperatures are on the high side, they are stuck, inland, more 70s than 80s, here is sal. >>> traffic looks good on highway 24, as you look at the caldecott tunnel from walnut creek to oakland, this looks good on the sunole grade, -- sunole grade, let's go back to the desk. >>> a firefighter got had your just hours ago. east 14th street he is there to tell us what happened, allie? >> reporter: the battalion chief said he will be recovering but will not be working in alameda as a firefighter for a while. he suffered an injury while battling this fire here at the restaurant on east 14th street in san leandro. the fire started around 2:00 a.m. this morning. when alameda firefighters arrived there was heavy smoke and flames coming from a back storage area, now in order to release some of the smoke inside several firefighters went to cut holes and ventilate the smoke. that is when the firefighter hurt himself and he suffered a gash in his calf while using a circular saw, but because of the architecture of this building, it was a challenging fire. >> the saw ha
integrante del grupo pesado revela que decidió lanzarse a la política. >>> esto y más ahora mismo en primer impacto. >>> hola, ¿qué tal?, bienvenidos a primer impacto, les saluda pamela silva conde. >>> también les saluda bárbara bermudo. >>> hoy lunes tenemos decenas de arrestados por el movimiento ocupemos wall street, tenemos la información >>> por momentos se llegó a temer que los enfrentamientos entre4 la policía y los manifestantes podrían llegar a lo peor, más de 100 personas resultaron arrestadas en las protestas, por este movimiento que ha generado más protestas que los originales, incluso un obispo fue objeto de arresto, pero un año después el movimiento no cuenta con la misma fuerza. >>> pierden la fe, cuando ven que a los amigos de nosotros les pegan en la cabeza, que no hacen nada. >>> las protestas para conmemorar el aniversario se iniciaron el fin de semana, con un gran resguardo policial en wall street, para evitar que los manifestantes ocuparan el parque del año pasado. >>> siento que tenemos las dudas, porque las autoridades intimidan y al gente tiene miedo de
but not very hot in the area. the current conditions so that is mostly the '50s are around the area. future cast4 shows you where the numbers are expected to go in the afternoon. by lunchtime take a look at all of the blue on your screen we will be still experiencing some cloud cover around the area. we are looking at 50 is the round the bay '60s for the heart of the bay and '70s in land. by the o'clock we see some eighties move into the area here are afternoon highs. >> we do have some widespread cloud cover right now and it will continue through the afternoon. it is about 15 decrees cooler than what we are used to this time of year you will have some cool conditions as we ran into thursday as well pin saturday and sunday and will wake up to morning fog. we have overall cooler temperatures as we start the next week pin at the traffic center there is a quiet ride around the bay area. >> as a ticket of the the bay bridge. that is just a handful of cars. the san mateo bridge shows that the traffic is equal on both sides of the bridge pin >> the golden gate bridge is running smoothly coming
and antioch. down south, and temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70's. here is what you can expect tonight, widespread fog to the bay area with dense fog near the coast line. into tomato in the fall will be slower to clear it would temperatures in the '60s and '70s with it's unique degree readings. will be locked in this pattern for the extended forecast. it will be: does he get with a disturbance off shore. temperatures tomorrow will be mainly in the '80s and the stock. the east a source will be mainly in the '60s. the fog is expected to linger into the early afternoon. in the north bay, mainly in the '70s. not a lot of change for friday. marc klaas covering cooler temperatures to the inland valleys. >> remember, you get the latest forecast of information on our 247 247 to news channel, comcast's 193. it's quick, convenient and always on. >>pam: excitement is growing around the chances that the oakland a's will make the playoffs this year. today, the team started selling those season tickets. maureen kelly it's all a chance to have a very high hopes. >> and anthony steady line on the o
on auto exports, china fires back on unfair trade practices by the u.s. from stocks to oil and gold prices, we get the outlook for what to expect between now and the end of the year. and a birthday for "occupy wall street". while protests and arrests mark the movement's first anniversary, a look at what it's accomplished. that and more tonight on "n.b.r."! trade tensions between the united states and china are heating up again. this morning, the two countries challenged each other in the world trade organization. the u.s. is accusing china of illegally subsidizing auto and auto parts exports, and hurting u.s. made goods. and china claims trade laws here, open the door for illegal tariffs on a wide range of chinese products. sylvia hall breaks down what's behind the latest flareup. >> reporter: here in the u.s., the auto and auto parts industries employ about 800,000 american workers. the government says those workers are hurt by the money china gives to subsidize its own auto industry. and in ohio, a key swing state fueled by cars, president obama promised a crack down: >> these are subsid
of the worst on u.s. forces in the history. james. a cool down this morning. with america standing by. >> good morning. i know that it is a chilly day with upper 40's in the north bay. we are spurrin-expecting 50s and 60s for this morning and this afternoon with cloud coverage to contend with. that sunshine will not make an appearance until later. expect 60s in downtown san francisco and 60s in hayward, antioch. probably the warmest area at 83 degrees. much cooler compared to what we are used to for this time of year. more of that with your extended forecast, coming up. >> a quick check at the bay bridge toll plaza. the heaviest is in the east bay. on interstate 580 coming from 205 however, light to the south bay and the peninsula and the north bay. >> thank you. and san francisco occupy protesters will not back down in this city this morning. the deadline is 6:00 p.m. to vacate justin herman plaza. the bathe late-the deadline is 6:00 a.m.. >> it looks like it is a few moments past the deadline and the occupy protesters have dismantled their tents. i spoke with the san francisco police departm
and the u.s. defense secretary have been discussing how to diffuse the tension between japan and china. gemba and panetta met. >> translator: we agreed that japan and the u.s. will work together to prevent japan/china relations from worsening. >> panetta met later in the day with japan's defense minister. panetta told reporters that tokyo and washington agreed the disputed islands are covered by the security treaty. but the u.s. will not take sides and urged both countries to act with restraint. >> the united states as a matter of policy does not take a position with regards to competing sovereignty claims. it is extremely important that diplomatic needs on both sides be used to try to constructively resolve these issues. >> the threat of more protests is prompting japanese firms in china to temporarily close factories and stores. panasonic has suspended operations at three factories until tuesday after protesters damaged buildings and equipment. electronics maker canon will halt operations at its factories for a day. mitsubishi chemical holdings will close operations at its beijing of
attended haze ntion the 80's and made a lasting impression. as for the current crop of students he made an impression on them too. >> ambassador serves as shining example to all of us. >>reporter: none of the students knew ambassador christopher stevens. he graduated from uc hastings college of law in 1989. but the young men and women felt compelled to take part in a candle light vigil in his honor. >> he sat in the same classroo classroom. maybe he has the same professors and we are connected to this person. he was a great person. grit person to be connected to. >>reporter: ambassador stevens died last we can after an attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. part of wave of unrest over an apartment islam film. witness accounts new video now indicate the ambassador was still breathing when a crowd of libya walk through the compound after the assault. carried him to a car that drove him to the hospital. stevens succumb from the injuries not listening after. the government believes he died of smoke inhalation. >> can't come to our school and answer questions and ask ask for advic
is an affront to the day and some of the ballot is prepared the temperatures 70's and 80's england. out towards the coast like the these and '60s with patchy fog even cooler weather. >>> a few co-workers notice as rubber, are heading to san francisco this morning. no. but what wanted to 80 connector. the offer with closure eastbound but however for. closed until 530 this morning. was however for commuter is the moving at top speeds. more road what hit no. 880 enterprise 16th. this is a live look near the coliseum were in north and software everything looks great the appeared mass- transit also in the start. this is the trend of axle and everything is going nicely and up the ructions all along the peninsula. >>> a cut its north africa and which is calling for more demonstrations and attacks on american diplomats to protect his interest is on video. in afghanistan at least four people are dead after an attack by a female suicide bomber in cobble to the police say the bomber had traversed all sedan into a minibus caring for the aviation workers. eight of the victims were from south africa. a spoke
always >> pelley: tonight, a major change for the u.s. in afghanistan. after more americans are killed by their afghan partners, there suspends a program that is supposed to speed our exit. david martin has the breaking news. we now know that libyans tried to save the u.s. ambassador. but where were his security guards? charlie d'agata has the video. dr. jon lapook with a new study that says the u.s. military is not doing enough to fight an epidemic of substance abuse in the ranks. and on this 225th anniversary of our constitution, an independence hall tradition rings a familiar bell. >> what is it about ringing the bell that's special? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, the strategy for getting u.s. forces out of afghanistan depends on training afghan soldiers and police to protect the country themselves. but tonight the u.s. military is suspending most joint field operations with afghan forces because so many americans are being killed by the men they are training. afghan government troops-- our allies-- h
since the 1930s in this country, there is a political debate about social and economic equality. >> flor is rosenthal compared occupy to the tea party movement saying both emerged from fears brought on by the economic downturn. another political scientist we spoke with agrees that occupy has helped set the agenda this political year. it says the movement has lost momentum for several reasons including police crackdowns and too much attention on some of the quote flakier elements of the movement. >>> new at 7:00 a vigil is underway in san francisco right now to honor the u.s. ambassador killed in libya last week. people tell her the moderate majority has the power to silence extremists. janet. >> that's right, gasia. the vigil just started. you can hear them singing the star spang ld banner. they have been handing out these fliers with the picture of the ambassador and lighting candles. he graduated in 1989 before some of these students were even born but tonight they came here to honor him. >> chris stevens was graduate from the class of 1989 and tonight on campus people lit candles to h
as police chief in san joerse, it s a unanimous decision. 18 months later as he calls it quits is far shorter than an average police chief and far shorter than what the city council was hoping for. police chief chris moore will retire in january from a department he's been with for more than 27 years. >> it's a long time in law enforcement and it's the right time in our business. if i think about all the factors that led into us, clearly our scenario and what we're facing had something to do with it, i'm not kidding you. i've been disappointed that we weren't able to get some things done through negotiation that i think perhaps, you know, i wish we had. >> reporter: the chief said laying off officers was one of the hardest things he's ever had to do, but he's proud of how he handled it, and he says proud of this department. >> i came here to be a san jose police officer. i could have gone a lot of places, and i just couldn't be happier -- pardon me -- wow. couldn't be happier that i was here and was able to be the chief here. >> reporter: the president of the chiefs association said h
. the u.s. is suspending controls with afghan police after a spike in insider attacks and connor powell is live for us from afghanistan with the latest. >> just a few hours ago a mini bus killed at least 9 foreigners and several south africans and wounded many more including afghans sitting there waiting to go to work taking the bus to start their day. an off chute of the taliban has claimed responsibility. most shockingly they say the suicide bomber was a 22-year-old girl. that is a rare thing in afghanistan. i can only remember wheone or t cases when it was a young women. they say it was a response to the anti islamic film that is causing chaos around the world. nato announced insider attacks where they turn their guns on their partners. this does undermine the strategy where the u.s. is meant to be training and mentoring afghan security forces. already this year 51 u.s. and international troops have been killed by afghan security partners. u.s. commanders are fond of saying it was a shoulder to shoulder operation fighting the taliban together. it is more of an arms link operation. th
house fellow and served one year as council to u.s. attorney general janet reno know. he was named san jose police chief in february of last year. tonight at 6:00, we'll explore the legacy moore leaves behind as san jose will search for its third police chief in three years. >>> we have new details now on a scary situation in new york involving a flight from san francisco. police say someone phoned in a hijacking threat against an american airlines flight out of sfo. a fin air flight from helsinki was also threatened. even though the planes have landed safely, and police did investigate. the all clear came about three hours ago. it was a precaution and the level of concern was low. >>> now to a developing story in san francisco, where a group of protesters are out in the city's financial district. they're marking the anniversary of the start of the occupy movement. this demonstration and one like it in oakland are just getting under way, and very peaceful at this point. we'll bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. there are similar protests going on across the coun
today. that is leading the colder temperatures right now, with isolated 40s. we will let you know what it means for the morning forecast and your seven day. >> tonight, mitt romney is doing damage control after comments he made in private fundraiser was made public. he is heard talking to wealthy donors giving them a snap shot of liberal voters. here is a portion of it. >> don't worry, we will take care of it. how are we going to do it two months before the election. you have to take care of yourself. >> well, there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. there are 47% of them that believe that they are victims and that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing. you name it. that is entitlement and the government shougive it to item. he starts off with a huge number. these are people that pay no income tax 47% of american pays no income tax. so our message of low taxes does not connect. that is what they sell every four years. tax cuts for the rich. and so my job is to not worry abou
and attacks on american the but the months to protest the anti is somebody that was made of the u. s. at least two people are dead after an attack by a female suicide bomber in kabul. police did the damage of a small sedan into a minibus carrying foreign aviation workers. eight of the victims were from south africa the other four were after and split a spokesman for another to the group claimed response ability say it's the response of to the same the list as assist in the military patrols with afghan patrols. until further notice most u.s. soldiers were not interact with the afghan counterparts but the decision comes after recent violence involving all afghan soldiers turning a cold since soldiers. how do on coalition soldiers have been killed in such attacks this year. police video shows the effort to save the u.s. ambassador to libya. a resident of the city shocked if the deal with this stuff on which shows a group of libyan strike to rescue chris stevens after finding him guilty of live inside the consulate. eventually drove him to our hospital where he was later pronounced dead. >>> a big
hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: hedrick smith spent more than 25 years at the "the new york times" covering six presidents and callous world conflicts. he is an emmy-winning tv producer. his new text is called "who stole the american dream?" >> i am delighted to be here. >tavis: you argue that the american people are more concerned about the divide between the rich and poor, more concerned about that than age, race, ethnicity. what happened? >> the middle class had a good life in america. especially when the civil rights battle was going on. we had an era of middle-class prosperity and power and those things go together. civic activism and power influencing washington make sure the economy and the government work to produce prosperity and what do we have today? we have polarized politics instead of working bipartisanship. we have gaping inequality in our economy. enormous wealth concentrated. citib
this the evening to remember ambassador chris stevens. he was killed last we can when the u.s. consulate was attacked in benghazi libya. ambassador stevens graduated from san francisco school of law. students held a vigil in his memory. >> doesn't matter whether we were burn when he attended hastings. he knows everything about it. he talked the same corridor. sat in the same classroom. may that he had the same professors and we are connected to this person. he was a great person. great person to be connected to. >>reporter: u.s. government believes stevens died of smoke inhalation from the fires set on the compound. lybian say he was found alive. u.s. is still investigating act exactly what happened. they say extremist turned anti-film protest into an assault. al qaeda has said it was a revenge attack. >>> p.m. and the video sparked another massive rally in lebanon. leader of hezbollah is asking world government to block access to web sites showing the film. he disnot appear in public fear of assassinated and rally held in other nations as well. where did the outrage beg
haze ntion the 80's and made a lasting impression. as for the current crop of students he made an impression on them too. >> ambassador serves as shining example to all of us. >>reporter: none of the students knew ambassador christopher stevens. he graduated from uc hastings college of law in 1989. but the young men and women felt compelled to take part in a candle light vigil in his honor. >> he sat in the same classroo classroom. maybe he has the same professors and we are connected to this person. he was a great person. grit person to be connected to. >>reporter: ambassador stevens died last we can after an attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. part of wave of unrest over an apartment islam film. witness accounts new video now indicate the ambassador was still breathing when a crowd of libya walk through the compound after the assault. carried him to a car that drove him to the hospital. stevens succumb from the injuries not listening after. the government believes he died of smoke inhalation. >> can't come to our school and answer questions and ask ask for advic
diplomats to protest an anti is long video that was made in the u.s.. at least one dozen people are dead after a female suicide bomber drove a car into a bus. a spokesman for another terrorist group claimed responsibility saying it is in response to the same video that ridicules the profit on it. the u.s. says it is suspending military patrol with afghan forces which means most u.s. forces will not interact with their afghan counterparts until further notice. it comes after recent violence involving afghan soldiers turning on coalition members. 51 coalition soldiers had been killed in such attacks this year. newly released video shows efforts to rescue the u.s. ambassador to libya. a resident shot this video with a cell phones that shows a group of libyans trying to rescue chris stevens after finding him barely alive. they drove into a hospital where he was later pronounced dead >> the top cop in san jose is stepping down. lisa washington is in san jose now with more on his career and his impending departure >> when that announcement was made yesterday about the retirement there was one
and u.s. officials say it appears the uprising was in response to that antiislamic video and that investigation is ongoing. >> san francisco police are keeping watch on justin herman plaza now. >> they're trying to keep pro testors from setting up camp there like they did a year ago. there have been confrontations. >> and we have more. >> this is looking like a class with police and protestors in the making. they say they're enjoying energy that came from the first anniversary yesterday and wanted to channel it to an occupation of the plaza. >> and this mission is to keep it going strong for the mall. there is a great day of action and people are here to bring the camp back up police told them they had to move by 6:00 a.m. or they would take their tents down for them. instead of packing, they sat. some of them sang and right at 6:00, the tents came down. >> seemed like this -- members of the group wanted to cooperate and would appreciate them cooperating. >> it's not just police who want them out of here. >> and vendors who are licensed are furious to see protestors are b
in the upper 60s to right around 70 degrees, and the air has turned a lot more humid. hour by hour throughout the day, clouds through midmorning. just some shower west of the metro area. by 6:00 a.m., upper 60s. sunrise 6:03. by noon time, showers moving in, and strong storms and damaging winds possible from 3:00 until early this evening. i'm back in ten minutes with another update and another look at first 4 radar. now first 4 traffic with danella. >>> as you mentioned, slippery roadways means fender benders. if you're traveling northbound i-95 at route 3, have an accident. it is in your shoulder lane. trel lanes are open. i want to urge you to give yourself some extra time. as tom mentioned, you have inclement weather. you're taking the volume very light on the inner loop and outer loop. not seeing any fender benders there. also, as we head over to maryland, taking the beltway in prince george's county as you travel on the outer loop and inner loop on 201. no issues to report in montgomery county or prince george's county, you're clear. usually we see a work zone set up on the outer loop. n
letter last night highlighting his comments and asking donors to give. >>> the u.s. is suspending military patrols with afghan forces. the order means most u.s. soldiers will not interact with their afghan counterparts until further notice. the decision comes as a result of a spike in what's called green on blue violence, incidents where afghan soldiers have attacked coalition soldiers. 51 coalition soldiers have been killed in green on blue attacks this year alone. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says the attacks are a very serious threat to the war in afghanistan. >>> a suicide bomber has killed at least nine people in the afghan capital of kabul. a spokesperson for the terror group claimed responsibility for the blast saying a woman wearing a suicide vest blew herself up in protest of the anti-islam film. she drove her small sedan into an aviation bus. it hurled the bus 50 yards through the air. >>> the f.b.i. is investigating vandalism at a mosque in harrisonburg, virginia. it was spray painted with graffiti which includes a reference to iraqis and the phrase "this i
to those numbers. let's focus on current conditions. as we take '50s into the afternoon, it will take a while for the cloud cover to clear. we will see low 60s, well below the seasonal average. we have cooler weather coming up. >>james: the sans francisco police are on the scene of the occupy protests and justin herman plaza. police gave them a deadline of 6:00 a.m. to take down their tents. will tran has been monitoring the scene. the last time we chatted, demonstrators had been cooperating. >>will: they are cooperating. there are disbursing although some of them are still here, which they legally can be. if what they cannot do is put up tents. to make sure that does not happen, you can see a couple of police officers standing there. if tents should go up they will tell them, you cannot do that. you can't stay here because the park is legally open to the public. they can sit here all day, that is not a problem. here is a video that we got around 5:00 a.m.. the to see police officers going through the encampment. police went in and said, we will allow you to stay here even though it
is perceived as much more serious and varied than it was in the early 1970's. the principal issues in the 1970's weren't even drinking water hazards, but air pollution and rivers that caught on fire because of oil slicks. and if you look at the variety now of environmental threats worldwide, it should generate far, far more demonstration. these demonstrations are occurring in some third-world countries, such as india, for example, and bolivia but not getting much notice. the second outcry is institution building. it did matter that there are old and new environmental groups regardless of how they're named from wildlife to audobon to the newest one, public sit sen -- citizen, green peace, sierra club, of course, those were the watchdogs and had millions of members out there and they are the people who went up to capitol hill and filed groundbreaking lawsuits. we need more of those. the two most recent technologies have no ethical or legal framework on them at the present time. pretty stunning. usually, when there is a new technology, there is a semblance of some kind of regulation. and now we h
for the possibility of more flooding. news 4's megan mcgrath in the plo bloomingdale neighborhood northwest where the flooding is getting to be old hat and a big problem. >> reporter: absolutely. we're here on rhode island avenue in the bloomingdale neighborhood. take a look at the electric sign. it says it all. severe weather expected. watch for standing water. and not just standing water. if history repeats itself, folks could be seeing rushing water, gushing water. not just on rhode island avenue, but inside their homes as well. that has been playing out time and time again throughout the course of this summer. several people or a number of people in this area, they've been flooded four times this summer alone. there's an outdated storm water system, and we've had homes that have brought a tremendous amount of water in a short period of time, and the drainage system just can't handle it. that's why d.c. water says we've been seeing the issue this summer. we are expecting a lot of rain later on this afternoon. this morning not so bad, just sprinkles here and there. later this afternoon, around
the terms of a possible bailout as bad loans are expected to reach a record high. >>> and u.s. regulators are searching for the cause of monday's rapid plunge in oil prices saying it's unclear if high speed trading played a role. >>> plus mitt romney tried to explain controversial comments, but the republican presidential candidate isn't backing down. >> welcome to today's program. we'll kick off with some news out of friess. finance minister says they will meet the 2012 deficit targets in nominal terms, but not as a percentage of gdp. >> you stack that up against a lot of countries, they would be looking pretty good. unfortunately, they're coming from such high prior deficits and have had to do a lot of adjustment on the spending side. >> various brokers take on the euro group meeting, that they were being allowed another two years sort of suspension of debt repayments. >> and there was a sense they were going to get some extra time, but we'll ask our guests this morning whether this is more or less than the expectation going into that meeting. >> absolutely. >> meanwhile, we'll be joine
could not come at a worse time. >>> students of the law paid tribute to u.s. ambassador chris stevens with a vigil in his honor. it took place at his law school alma mater uc hastings. amber lee joins us with more on how the death of stevens has touched many even those who did not know him. >> reporter: they told me that his sacrifice affected them in a way they did not expect. students, faculty and fellow allumn lit candles to honor christopher stevens. >> we should all be so lucky to find a vocation that we can be so passionate about. >> reporter: inside notes of condolence were written to steven's family. >> he was a light that to all of us. >> it struck me in a way that i didn't expect. >> reporter: phil lascada was one of many who said they felt a personal loss that went beyond the law school connection. >> i still feel a lot of gratitude for this man. i still don't know a lot about, but i hope to learn more. >> we will take his vision, his memory and we will try to make the world a little better. maybe not go over on a boat and overthrow a tyrand but in our own way. >> we were
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